Mi-Young Yang, a South Korean pastor, has made her way to Wittenberg. She's particularly interested in those places associated with Martin Luther.
News that North Korea is willing to hold denuclearization talks was even welcomed by US President Donald Trump. But his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in has sounded a note of caution.
President Donald Trump agreed to a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a meeting with South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong. Read Chung's statement to the media following the meeting here.
The two Koreas have agreed to hold a joint summit and set up a telephone hotline between their respective leaders. The North said it was willing to abandon its nuclear arsenal if its security is guaranteed.
Seoul has not received an official response from North Korea after Donald Trump agreed to talks between the nations' leaders. A South Korean official says Pyongyang likely "needs time to organize its stance."
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